Mistakes give rise to Problems- 15

Calculus Level 2

If you are given a function \[\color{Purple}{y= 19x^4-13x^3+11x^2-7x+5}\] then we can do it's differentiation as \[\color{Blue}{\dfrac{\textbf{dy}}{\textbf{dx}} = 76x^3-39x^2+22x-7}\]

If you are given that \[y=13x^3-12x^2+11x-10\] then find the answer of \(\color{Red}{\dfrac{\textbf{dy}}{\textbf{dt}}}\)

Details and Assumptions

  • \(t\) is not a monic linear function of \(x\).
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